Committee Meeting jointly hosted by Clara Ingen-Housz, Law Committee Chair & Donald Austin, Entrepreneurs/SME Committee Chair
RSVP NEEDED. OPEN TO AMCHAM MEMBERS ONLY. ALL AMCHAM MEMBERS ARE WELCOME TO JOIN.
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With the intensifying cross-boundary economic interaction among Hong Kong, China Mainland and Macao, it is essential for foreign investors in Hong Kong to know more about and abide by the laws and regulations in the three places to ensure smooth business operation and enhance their competitive edge in the long run. In this connection, the Sharing Session for Cross-Boundary Entrepreneurs organised by the Hong Kong Ethics Development Centre (HKEDC) of the Independent Commission Against Corruption aims to introduce to participants the anti-corruption law in Hong Kong and raise their awareness on the relevant legislations in Mainland China and Macao through case studies approach.
Participants will also learn about corruption risks in cross-boundary operations and the corresponding corruption preventive measures. Skills in implementing ethical management and some practical DOs and DON'Ts will also be introduced. Content :
· Brief introduction to the anti-corruption laws in Hong Kong, China Mainland and Macao · Case studies on cross-boundary businesses · Skills in implementing ethical governance As seating is limited, it is essential to confirm your attendance in advance, by clicking on the 'Register' button at the top. PLEASE BRING YOUR OWN LUNCH - AmCham will provide coffee and tea. There are convenient sandwich shops on the ground floor of the Bank of America Tower and Hutchison House.
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The American Chamber of Commerce in HK Conference Room 1904 Bank of America Tower 12 Harcourt Road Central, Hong Kong